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Researchers Use Tooth DNA To ID Shark Species
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Researchers Use Tooth DNA To ID Shark Species

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Jan. 29, 2019— In 2018, a small shark tooth was pulled from a 13-year-old boy’s leg after he was bitten by a shark in New York. In Australia, scientists used sterile swabs on the bite marks of fish that were bitten by sharks. Both researchers hope to use DNA evidence to identify the species involved.

Swim.Express tweeted this: Researchers hope to use DNA evidence to identify the shark species involved in attacks.

Jan. 29, 2019— In 2018, a small shark tooth was pulled from a 13-year-old boy’s leg after he was bitten by a shark in New York. In Australia, scientists used sterile swabs on the bite marks of fish that were bitten by sharks. Both researchers hope to use DNA evidence to identify the species involved.

Swim.Express tweeted this: Researchers hope to use DNA evidence to identify the shark species involved in attacks.

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